Scotland set up Czech Republic friendly in Prague in March
Scotland will travel to Prague to play Czech Republic in an international friendly on 24 March.
Gordon Strachan's side will play their first match since their unsuccessful Euro 2016 qualifying campaign ended.
The Scottish FA are believed to be keen to secure another friendly in early June, with World Cup qualifying beginning later in the year.
Scotland last played Czech Republic in a European Championship qualifier in 2011 at Hampden, which finished 2-2.
Their last friendly meeting was a 1-0 home win for Scotland the year before.
The Czechs have reached Euro 2016 and are in Group D with tournament holders Spain as well as Turkey and Croatia.